Friday 19th April, 2013
11:30am to 12:30pm
Data is the heart of many of your apps. In general, your app needs to create it, view it, change it and delete it often. There are many ways to store, retrieve and manipulate data in Cocoa ranging from the NSCoding protocol to XML formatted PList files. While those are useful, there will be a time in your app where you want to move your data to the next level. In Cocoa, that is Core Data. We'll go over each piece of the Core Data "Stack", and how to use them in your apps. We'll also discuss the MagicalRecord library and how it help minimize the amount of code you need to write to get Core Data into your app.
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